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How green was my valley


Published 1940
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"First printing."

The 1st vol. of a trilogy. The 2d is Up, into the singing mountain; the 3d, Down where the moon is small

Winner of the National Book Award, this is the story of the Morgans, a Welsh family of miners. Especially is it the story of Huw, the youngest, and of the valley in which they lived, a valley doomed to destruction by encroaching slag heap


Publisher New York, Macmillan Co.
Pages 516
Language English
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Book contributor Internet Archive
Collection printdisabled; inlibrary; browserlending; internetarchivebooks; americana
Notes No table-of-contents pages found.

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Reviewer: Objectivesea - - February 24, 2013
Subject: Please make this book available for download
When one attempts to view the files available, the list of the various formats appears as normal. However, attempting to download, say, the PDF or the .TXT version fail, and one is presented, instead, with a dialogue box noting unspecified "issues" with the content. Since author Richard Llewellyn died 30 November 1983 and since the book itself was first copyrighted in 1939, it would seem that the copyright must have already expired and the work should now be in the public domain.
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